Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Twitterati are looking for the ‘genius’ who played Darth Vader music after Modi’s speech on GST

  

Twitterati are looking for the ‘genius’ who played Darth Vader music after Modi’s speech on GST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the GST Act 2017 — a key tax reform in India since independence. As much as people are still trying to get a grasp of what the new law dictates, it came into effect on the midnight of July 1. But more than GST itself, it is something else that has left people on social media more than just slightly dazed. After PM Modi concluded his speech on GST while addressing the 68th Chartered Accountants Day celebrations on July 1, Darth Vader’s ‘Imperial March’ began to play — leaving many wondering about the ‘irony’!

For the uninitiated, Darth Vader is one of the most legendary villains that cinema gifted people. And many Internet users, especially those on Twitter, found it really uncanny that the villain’s equally iconic song tipped off as Modi completed his speech and walked away from the podium. While some were in disbelief and other Twitter users found it uncanny, many others had just one question on their minds — “Who is the genius behind this?”
In case you still have no idea what we are talking about, watch the ‘Imperial March’ music go off at three hours, 30 minutes and 23 seconds, here.

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